An emperor received two hawks: one was trained and about the other he was told that he refused to detach himself from the branch on which he was sitting.
One of the servants had to climb the tree every day to get them food. After trying in a way and face to make the hawk fly off the branch, the emperor asked his subjects to help him. a wise old man offered to do this, and the next day when he woke up, the emperor saw the hawk flying around.
- How did you do it? he asked his submissive
- It was very simple. All I had to do was cut off the branch from under his feet.
Morals: sometimes God cuts the branch from under our feet to remind us that we can fly.